ROXY DOOM:

When Entertainment and Existentialism merge.

Roxy Doom winking at you

“Oh, but those were the ’90s, when you didn't need to say the 1990s ...”

SYNOPSIS

ROXY DOOM AND THE GREAT CK. They are the couple everyone talks about. He is Generation X Ambassador. She is the Alternative Rock Queen, leader of Noseband, a band that is going to be on everyone’s map. One way or another.
Kiss – Roxy Doom and The Great CK And then, along comes the year 1995. Noseband bassist dies in a fire just weeks after the release of their second and most famous album ominously entitled "Don't Ever Tell Anybody Anything". And the Great CK's car is found in the Los Angeles River, leaving no body behind. The dream is over. The myth begins.

FAST FORWARD TO THE YEAR 2015: Music journalist Travis Travis receives an unexpected offer. Former Rock Queen turned celeb Roxy Doom wants him to help her pen her memoirs. The only problem is that Roxy doesn’t seem too keen on revealing things, and Travis has a fervent imagination …

“A gripping investigative story.”

PAUL, LIVERPOOL, UK

"This is so much more than a graphic novel. Omg. This is fantastic and I haven't even touched the cassette yet. It is 1000x more than what I was expecting."

GREGG, SAN DIEGO, USA

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"The world you've created is incredibly vivid, and it makes a great use of the medium, with the plot being presented through so many information channels, and in so many different visual styles. I find myself thinking about it a lot when I'm not reading it, as the characters feel very 'real' to me."

TOM, LONDON, UK

characters
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TRACKLIST

  1. ROXY'S THEME
  2. MISMATCH
  3. WHEN DREAMS COLLIDE (HIGH TIDE)
  4. SAY IT ANYWAY
  5. GO
  6. MY HONEYME
  7. MINNEAPOLIS
  8. EVANESCENCE
  9. JOHN DOE
  10. BACK IN THE DAY
  11. HOBOKEN (JANE DOE)
  12. TRIP TO RENO
  13. FRETLESS
  14. WISHES IN THE NIGHT
  15. START MISSING EVERYONE
  16. TELL THE RABBITS
GOOD OLD CASSETTES
The truth?
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"The truth? What is the truth of a life? What is true in a life being lived? What we say, what we feel … does it ever match what we do? And what is more true? The doing, the way of doing, the feeling?"